Just A Glance At Some Of The Writers Included Here Convinces One That Scotland Has Had A Truly Incredible And Vibrant Tradition Of Fantasy And Supernatural Literature Which Deserves Close Scrutiny From The Early Nineteenth Century And James Hogg S Justified Sinner To The Amazing Riches Of The Victorian Period, With Robert Louis Stevenson, George MacDonald, Andrew Lang, J M Barrie, And Thomas Carlyle, To Such Ground Breaking Modern Writers As David Lindsay And Alasdair Gray, Manlove Demonstrates That For Nearly Two Centuries This Literature May Represent Scotland S Only Dialogue With Its Barbaric And Dark Emotions Manlove S Final Chapter, Discussing A Wealth Of Minor Writers, Provides Numerous Lines Of Inquiry For The Reader Interested In Learning About This Genre Colin Manlove Is Also The Author Of Modern Fantasy, Christian Fantasy, And The Chronicles Of Narnia.
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- Scottish Fantasy Literature: A Critical Survey
- C.N. Manlove
- 17 June 2018 C.N. Manlove